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Check Out Two New Trailers For Alpha Protocol.

Check out two new trailers for Obsidian’s Alpha Protocol: The Espionage Role Playing Game.

First trailer introduces one of the characters you will meet in Alpha Protocol.

SouthPeak Games/Deep Silver announces "nail'd", a new off-road racer [Screens/Trailer]

We’re never in short supply of racing games and today yet another one was announced.  At this point it’s a bit futile to even release a racing game in this market since the standards are so high thanks to games like Gran Turismo and Burnout.  But the newly announced arcade racer “nail’d” from Deep Silver/SouthPeak Games could have a shot at becoming the next big thing.

New Silent Hill Game a First Person Shooter?

There is much speculation brewing that Konami may be making a change on how we experience the next Silent Hill Game.

Not too long ago Konami announced that Czech developer Vatra will develop the latest installment in the popular Silent Hill franchise for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. Taking the ball and running with it, Vatra seems ready to dramatically change the direction of the series.

Ubisoft Ditches Manuals To Save Trees

Ah, the memories of ripping open a brand new game and flipping through the game manual. It is a feeling that many gamers can relate to. It’s especially true for manuals for role playing games, which always seem to have the thickest manuals of all. 

No, I don't have better things to reminisce about...

Two villains for Batman: Arkham Asylum 2 are leaked

When Batman: Arkham Asylum was announced, or rather teased, back in December one question immediate sprung in everyone’s mind.  The big question was “Which adversaries from Batman’s prolific Rogues Gallery would appear in the sequel?”  The first game had a decent roster but to some it was a bit tiny, especially given the scope of the game.  Besides a few enemies being hinted at in the teaser trailer, we now have some confirmations on some villains thanks to actors not shutting their yaps.

The Daleks are back in Doctor Who: The Adventure Games [Video]

Over the years the one constant adversary of Doctor Who has been the iconic Daleks. Things like having their home world destroyed and then getting obliterated after two major resurrections aren’t big deals for the Daleks. Somehow just like all things in life the Daleks find a way to survive.

TOROcast - Episodes 49 - The Dennis Show

It’s Sunday night and that means that the guys over at TOROcast have a new podcast ready to go. Whether it be for your Monday morning or Sunday night, if you’re a night owl like me, TOROcast has your back! This is the first episode into their new year. So you can expect the guys to come in one year older, and one year wiser! Here’s the episode wrap up straight from the guys themselves:

Free Splinter Cell: Conviction DLC Through Ubisoft and Uplay

Ubisoft announced today that they will be releasing free weekly DLC. Updates start this Thursday, April 15th, for Splinter Cell: Conviction.  Each week Ubisoft plans to release a different DLC pack for gamers to pick up.  Included will be offerings such as: new weapons, character skins, skills, and maps for Deniable Ops Mutliplayer.

First up this week will be the MP7A1 Machine Pistol. There has been no word from Ubisoft on how many weeks this free give away will last though. It also isn’t clear if there are plans for Ubisoft to start offering paid DLC as well.

2K announces XCOM revival

It’s kind of past my bedtime and all I want to do is go to bed. But alas out of nowhere 2K Games had to announce a revival of XCOM for the Xbox 360 and PC and now I'm busy.  Labeled a “re-imagining” of the cult franchise, the XCOM revival is of course an fps game. What else would it be given how things are this generation?

Splinter Cell: Conviction Readies Its Launch This Week

In preparation for the highly anticipated Splinter Cell: Conviction game, set to release April 13th in the U.S. and April 16th in the UK, Ubisoft released their final promotional trailer today. The new story takes place two years after the events of Splinter Cell: Double Agent. Players will find themselves assuming the roll of Sam Fisher, a Third Echelon operative, who goes rogue to find out the truth behind his daughter's death.

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